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IMI is the professional association for individuals working in the retail motor industry and the authoritative voice of the sector.
IMI is transforming the automotive industry by setting, upholding and promoting professional standards – driving skills acquisition, establishing clearer career paths, and boosting public confidence.
Established in 1920, the IMI filled a specific need for individuals desiring recognition for their accomplishments, and the recognition they received led to a steady growth in membership. Those needs still exist today therefore membership and professional recognition remains at the core of our existence.
IMI - The Institute of the Motor Industry
Motor Codes is the government-backed, self-regulatory body for the motor industry. Its voluntary membership of thousands of garages is committed to maintaining high standards throughout the new car sales process, administration of new car warranties and car service and repair. So, whether you're buying a new car or need a service or repair job carrying out, use our garage finder to look for businesses in your area that are committed to the Trading Standards Institute-approved codes of practice.
Motor Codes - Promoting peace of mind for motorists
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) exists to support and promote the interests of the UK automotive industry at home and abroad. Working closely with member companies, SMMT acts as the voice of the motor industry, promoting its position to government, stakeholders and the media.Enabling the UK motor industry to fulfil its potential, SMMT addresses the major issues that impact on the automotive sector:
SMMT - Driving the Motor Industry
The DVLA maintain registers of drivers and vehicles in Great Britain. This information helps improve road safety, reduce vehicle related crime, support environmental initiatives and limit vehicle tax evasion.
DVLA - Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency
TyreSafe is one of the UK's leading tyre safety organisations, dedicated to raising awareness about the dangers associated with defective or illegal tyres. It was established in 2006 as a not for profit organisation and campaigns in line with current legislation and duty of care regulations. TyreSafe receives support from many areas of industry including most major tyre manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers, some associated equipment suppliers and a number of vehicle manufacturers. To deliver its messages TyreSafe works with closely with a wide range of commercial and government organisations such as the Highways Agency, RoadSafe, police forces, fire services, councils and many other bodies. TyreSafe is increasingly seen as the authority and first point of reference for tyre safety issues. It will continue to develop this position through wide range of education and information programmes which encourage motorists to improve their attitudes and behaviour towards tyre care and safety.
Tyre Safe - Safe Tyres Saves Lives
Brake is a national road safety charity that exists to stop the needless deaths and serious injuries that happen on roads every day, make streets and communities safer for everyone, and care for families bereaved and injured in road crashes. Brake promotes road safety awareness, safe and sustainable road use, and effective road safety policies. We do this through national campaigns, community education, services for road safety professionals and employers, and by coordinating the UK’s flagship road safety event every November, Road Safety Week. Brake is a national, government-funded provider of support to families and individuals devastated by road death and serious injury, including through a helpline and support packs.
Brake - The Road Safety Charity